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Scurri, the software provider that connects and optimises the eCommerce ordering, shipping, and delivery process, has released the results of its nationwide representative B2B survey among over 150 retailers across Ireland.
B&Q has launched diy.ie, its first fully transactional website for the Republic of Ireland and, for the first time, home delivery and Click + Collect services are now available to customers of B&Q at Arcadia Retail Park in Athlone.
BY DECLAN VARLEY
Collerans Butchers launched their Online Shop in November 2019 and since then it has become a convenient way to purchase premium quality meats and poultry from a name you can trust.
If there were ever an entity that required absolutely no introduction, then chances are, it would be Amazon. At risk, then, of waxing lyrical, Amazon is (at the time of writing) a trillion dollar, multinational retailer and cloud services supplier. From TV and movie streaming, to ensuring that we get our books and gadgets delivered within twenty-four hours of placing that impulse order, this giant represents a defining face of what it means to live and work within the twenty-first century.
Longford-Westmeath Minister of State for Trade Promotion, Digital and Company Regulation, Deputy Robert Troy, has issued a reminder to Irish consumers about the new arrangements now in place for online retail under the recently concluded Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the EU and the UK.
Shopballinasloe.ie is a new online community marketplace connecting shoppers with their favourite local retailers, crafters, restaurants, jewellers, salons and many more around Ballinasloe and its hinterland. Although shop doors might be currently closed and times are uncertain for everyone, local businesses can now get online and continue trading in just a few easy steps with ShopBallinasloe.ie.
"If we fail to protect businesses in Galway it will have far-reaching consequences. Not only will the economy and jobs be impacted, but we can kiss good-bye to a vibrant city centre populated with diverse independent and international stores."
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Longford/Westmeath Deputy, Robert Troy, has appealed to retailers not to use the COVID-19 crisis as an excuse to take advantage of consumers.
Retail Ireland, the Ibec group that represents the sector, has published its Christmas Retail Monitor 2018 that predicts the Irish household will spend an average of €2,690 in shops this December, approximately €866 more than any other month of this year and roughly three percent more than Christmas 2017.